RMF Highlight: Fuzzy Cognitive Systems Mapping and Evaluation

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The Economic and Social Research Center is hosting the biennial Research Methods Festival at the University of Bath this week. If you aren’t able to attend in person, enjoy this series of posts.

I had the very good fortune to study with Joseph Novak many years ago at Cornell University. He came up with a concept mapping approach for presenting complex topics, and for teaching students how to think critically about inter-relationships. I became an enthusiast (and evangelist) for all flavors of visual mapping, so I was delighted to see the systems mapping approach presented by from Drs. Peter Barbrook-Johnson and Alex Penn (University of Surrey).

You can view the slides they presented here. If you’d like to learn more, you can access Pete’s publications  and Alex’s publications.


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